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Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Petatlán, Guerrero: Sinaloa Gunmen Risk It All For Glory

Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A new video from the Mexican underworld has just surfaced online. For this broadcast hitmen for the Sinaloa Cartel (CDS) have filmed themselves at the onset of an upcoming engagement with their enemies Los Chanos.

The armed criminal group Los Chanos is led by Crescenciano “El Chano” Arreola Salto. This video is believed to have been filmed in the mountains of the municipality of Petatlán. 

The men look highly motivated and enthusiastic to confront their foes. Unbeknownst to them this fight wouldn’t be in their favor on the journey towards conflict. 



Video translation is as follows:

Sicario #1: Guys come pick up your trash. 

Sicario #2: This was how they all fell. Look at them. Hey Servando you faggot. Come pick up your Chinola’s.

Sicario #1: They came to fight and look how they all ended up. Keep sending more men. 

Source Source #2



64 comments:

  1. F.M in the Guerrero sierras are stealthy SOB's.

    Poor sinaloenses, they're getting spanked from all sides.

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    1. They got spanked here yea, i wouldnt say all sides

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    2. But FM received monthly payments from sinaloa everyone loves a crazy ass Michoacáno everybody

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    3. Admit it your daddies getting whooped everywhere even in Sinaloa 😩

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  2. There you go you sinaloa with your Cuban boss Guerrero don’t care even a weak cell takes them on.. those areas are highly dangerous way more then Tierra caliente

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    1. GUERRERO is considered tierra caliente and parts of michoacan FYI

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    2. Yea but that’s not Tierra caliente that’s costa grande way more dangerous then Tierra caliente.. it’s been like that even before Tierra caliente got in the drug business

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    3. Who cares Michoacán controls Guerrero NOT the other way around!

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    4. @10:53 A lot of Viagra commanders are from Guerrero.

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  3. Jajajajja thats the tier 1 team from sicarios 006 🤣🤣🤣🤣
    Lla no le agan caso a los de sinaloa esos gueyes si nomas los mandan al matadero y ellos bien culos asiendo corridos fantoches y metiendose fentanilo por el culo para que les haga mas efecto segun ellos

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  4. Arriva el corrido del grupo fenix

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  5. And where exactly does it says that they were CDS? Even the link you posted is wrong. The fight is between gente de El Ruso and El Chano. Some say that El Ruso is supported by Los Chapitos, it doesn't mean though that the dead are CDS.

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    1. The fucker that start said in that people is from Sinaloa is one tecato from tweeter he’s name is Pedro he is a jalisco fanboy him and other pendejos they cheerleaders de los jaliscos.. pinches alucines todos las guerras piensan que las va ganando los jaliscos y todos los muertos son del los carteles de los jaliscos saludos alucinados

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    2. Just because you know of a guy called El Ruso it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s the only person in the world with that moniker. Let me give you a big clue: There’s also other guys with that moniker. The guy you’re thinking about is Jesús Alexander Sánchez Félix alias 'El Ruso

      Oliver “El Ruso” Sanchez Coria, who at one time was an ally of the Sierra Santana family–but later joined forces with the CJNG and currently leads a cell called “Guardia Guerrerense.”

      These young men were taken out by Los Chanos who are in turn being supported by….CJNG.

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    3. @ Sol, I was referring exactly at El Ruso Coria, the leader of the Guardia Guerrerense. As I said, those guys that have been killed were people of El Ruso. He is supported by Los Chapitos but he is not CDS.

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    4. You got it all wrong big boy.. cjng and cds backing up ruso there boss was that playas guy.chano is a independent trafficker but basically allied with other grupos and armed groups from Guerrero and Michoacán

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    5. No where, well actually it says it on the twitter page where sol got the video which i wonder how they know its cds. . Btw that page is for cjng. They hype thm up so much. And they been called out on some videos before trying to manipulate the story. and the fight is Oliver Coria “el ruso” leader of La Guardia Guerrerense vs Crescenciano Salto “El Chano Arreola” leader of Los Arreola, both groups from Guerrero .. they added music to the 1st video so we cant hear what they are saying. And this video was posted a while back and the ones dead arnt even the same ones from the 1st video.

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    6. This was CDS as in cartel de la sierra not Sinaloa get it together Sol.

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    7. Se dividen Los Tlacos en la sierra: se enfrentan entre sí y reportan muertos, heridos y detenidos

      Ambiciones de "La Changa" y "El Necho" provocaron la fractura

      *Agencias*

      Una división al interior del grupo delictivo Los Tlacos y/o Cártel de la Sierra y/o Los Marquina y/o Los Tamaleros (como se les conoce en distintas partes de los municipios donde tienen presencia), ha puesto a tambalear a esta agrupación criminal dirigida por los hermanos Onésimo "El Necho" y Javier "El Barbas" Marquina Chapa, pues ha provocado que perdieran su bastión más importante en la sierra de San Miguel Totolapan.

      La división se generó entre las facciones de Los Tlacos ubicadas en las comunidades de Las Ventanas y Linda Vista, esta última considerada como el bastión principal de la agrupación criminal en la sierra de San Miguel Totolapan, toda vez que ahí se ocultaba Leonel Concepción Barragán Tolentino "La Changa" o "Comandante 80", quien se refugiaba en la sierra con el apoyo de la "policía comunitaria" de Linda Vista, a donde huyó luego de que atentara contra una patrulla de la Guardia Nacional en el crucero de Atzcala, Cocula, sobre la carretera Iguala-Chilpancingo, hecho en el que privara de la vida a un oficial y a otro de la libertad.

      De acuerdo con los reportes de inteligencia, la ruptura se generó por las imposiciones de Leonel Barragán "La Changa" y Onésimo Marquina "El Necho" a los pobladores de Linda Vista, lo que generó descontento entre los líderes de la facción que opera desde esa localidad, entre los que incluso se ubican a familiares de "La Changa", lo que no fue suficiente para impedir la división.

      Después de la escisión de Linda Vista, las facciones confrontadas entraron rápidamente en disputa y este domingo 30 de mayo un grupo de sicarios de Los Tlacos con bastión en la comunidad de Las Ventanas irrumpieron en Linda Vista, donde atacaron a los pobladores a diestra y siniestra, por lo que se generó un enfrentamiento que se extendió por casi un día, hasta que se apersonaron en el lugar corporaciones militares y policiacas.

      Luego de los hechos, se reportó que entre 4 y 5 sicarios de Los Tlacos procedentes de Las Ventanas murieron en la irrupción, mientras que se desconoce el número de heridos.

      Además, se reportó la detención de 4 delincuentes que iban a ser linchados por los pobladores de Linda Vista, quienes sin embargo fueron rescatados por la Policía del Estado y trasladados a Acapulco en calidad de detenidos.

      Entre los detenidos figura Fernando Medina Estrada "El Escribe", cabecilla de Los Tlacos y comandante de su brazo armado, la policía comunitaria de Heliodoro Castillo en la localidad de Las Ventanas, a quien se responsabiliza del asesinato del comisario ambientalista de Las Conchitas, Carlos Márquez Oyórzabal, el pasado 3 de abril, a quien privaron de la vida y desmembraron.

      Con la divisón al interior de Los Tlacos y la escisión del bastión de Linda Vista, esta agrupación criminal pierde presencia en la sierra del estado y se ha visto obligada a replegarse en dirección al municipio de Heliodoro Castillo, su principal guarida, donde se mueven libremente bajo las siglas de la Policía Comunitaria General Heliodoro Castillo que funciona como su brazo armado con la complacencia de los gobiernos municipal, estatal y federal.

      Hasta el momento, el gobierno del estado no ha emitido información oficial sobre los criminales detenidos, además de que buscó desestimar y minimizar el enfrentamiento ocurrido.

      YOURE DOING TO MUCH @SOL

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    8. Sol prendido you have it wrong 4:43 pm is saying the chapitos are backing some dude called ruso in guerrero that’s fighting los chanos. He wasn’t talking about el ruso that’s beefing it with el nini

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  6. Bola de pendejos.

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  7. I don’t think the dead men are the same ones of the 1st video because none of them wore black long sleeves as can be seen on the dead men so guess they did win that confrontation 🤔

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    1. Definitely the same group as the 1st video. You’ll see the one who got out of the truck that stopped from the front passenger seat. Next video he’s dead on the right

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    2. Agree, this all seems suspect

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    3. Maybe they put on the long black sleeves after they stoped recording.

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  8. Looks to me like the fight was in their favor since they were the ones recording their enemies dead bodies.

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    1. The winner side took the phone from the loosing side and uploaded it just to mock them

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  9. Someone with knowledge explain to me please. Did CDS try to invade a spot? And got shut down? No disrespect to the publisher. But this is a storyline I'm not familiar with. Thank you

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    1. Once upon a time in Mexico, where homicides occur everyday.

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    2. No Mijo they tried to pin a Manta.

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  10. What’s the point of having your rifles ready for engagement when you’re bumping music as loud as you can? For those who have walked through the hillsides in your niñez like many of us on here you know damn well there’s almost no sounds other than birds and insects. You can hear a man made noise from a long distance and you know exactly where they’re coming from too. I remember hunting with some pellets guns with my friends when we were small and we heard walking maybe like 50 yards away and we knew it wasn’t a cow or something because of the way us humans walk all of our hearts dropped when we heard the clanking of the rifles coming our way. This was the times of LFM trying to come into Jalisco so we didn’t know if they were going to be friendly or outsiders so we hit the ground and rolled underneath a small cave in a barranco lots of the rings style jajaja one of my friends was about to start crying so I blocked his mouth and nose with my hands so hard he almost passed out because I wasn’t letting him breath jajaja we ended up with dozens of hormiga bites and lord knows what else bit us but we ended up getting up and leaving half an hour later. Anyways just some tips for any of you, don’t go around the sierra acting all stupid and loud cause you’ll end up like these guys.
    SurDeJalisco

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    1. 100% lo que no ves lo escuchas y lo que no escuchas lo hueles

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    2. Nice fantasy bro. I bet you jacked off to your made up story thinking "ooo yeah I'm such a badass ppl will for sure think I'm hard"
      -TAMAULIPECO-

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    3. @5:18 True.

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    4. News flash the audio was added to the video it was not the trucks sound system. If it was when they opened the door it would have sounded different.

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    5. Great tips Mexican Rambo.

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    6. @8:39 & 8:47
      Never said I was a bad ass or “hard”. That day was one of the most traumatic days of my life. Now when we talk about it with my friends it’s just funny to us. When you grow up in the hillsides you go out and explore all the time but you don’t know what you are going to bump into. If you grew up in a small rancho, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. If all your friends are still alive and with you, all you talk about sometimes is the stupid adventures you had as a kid. Another thing, just because I covered my friends mouth doesn’t mean I did it like the movies, my hand was trembling like crazy, so no I didn’t do it to be “tough” I did it out of fear. Matter of fact, I still have some scaring from the insect bites on my back.
      SurDeJalisco

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  11. Well, that was was a crappy day at the office! I jest, but really, what a way to desperately eek out $50. With four days off a month.

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  12. Where was Sicario 006 ? Probably in the middle of a HALO jump .🤣😅🤣

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  13. AMC to the moon

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  14. HERE COME THE HEROIN ADDICTED C.D.S CHEERLEADERS WITH THEYRE EXCUSES IN......3...........2............1......GO!

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  15. Did they know it was not an exercise beforehand? Cause they got their asses handed back to them.

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  16. Risk it all for being lazy and pendejos!
    There is no glory in the narco lifestyle for anyone except for shitheads like themselves.

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  17. Sinaloas got ran OUT of that region by la FAMILIA michoacana YEARS ago..
    After the death of el botas blancas, guerrero went INDEPENDENT from BELTRANES.
    You had many cells that broke off like Los rojos, CIDA, guerreros UNIDOS and others that got ate up by LFM and CJNG
    No more Sinaloas in there.

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  18. Do you really think they would combine two separate videos into one? I doubt cartels have IT guys that would bother with that. It's more than obvious that the same guys that recorded the first part of the video also recorded dead enemy sicarios.

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  19. Lol guerrero is too tough for anyone. Cjng also barely has a presence despite their "Elite group" operating there for countless years

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  20. Lacras pendejas#!!$@#:@!

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  21. To live and die in Mexico.
    Aribba Morelia Michoacan!!!!

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    1. Hay si arriba Morelia Michoacan ! Arriba de mi garrote ! Que jotos se oyen los de Michoacán valí!!
      Puro monarquita mariposon !

      El de Los Dos Laredos

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    2. @11:35 órale tecato muerto de hambre en tu puta frontera sarra llena de puro lacra ignorante

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  22. Great job 👍 CDS, also need to exterminate Cjng cartel,they want to take over all plazas.

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    1. Cds cant even finish eachother mucho menos a la Nueva! Its way easier for cjng to exterminate Cds

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    2. @12:39, Nah, learn your geography.

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    3. 11:53 i know my geography thats why in commenting bra!!!

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  23. "Ven aggarar tus chinolas" that's what he said 😆

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    1. Ok, so there it’s settled folks. I didn’t catch it yesterday until this helpful individual pointed it out. The keywords for the second video was when he said “Come pick up your Chinola’s”. Thanks @11:55

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    2. 🤦🏾‍♂️ incredible. Unbelievable.
      He actually said "ahy esta tu chinola" witch could just have been an alias🤦🏾‍♂️.


      In the famous words of chivis, ay caramba.

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    3. I was paying a lot of attention and in the second 11 or 12 one guy sais "ahi tan tus chinolas" or "ahi ta tu chinola"
      "Theres your chinolas" or "theres your chinola"

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    4. 11:55 IF it "chinola" was his ALIAS it's because he's from SINALOA..ay caramba 😆
      THESE cds GROUPIES are always so in DENIAL hhahahahaa

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  24. Hay buenas olas en Petatlan. ¡Viva la costa grande!

    Hasta luego,
    AmigoAnónimo

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  25. The 50 call is an absolute game changer in terrain and battles like this. One man army

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